Ind Link Single Strand Roller
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|Type||Single Strand Roller|
|ANSI Chain Size||80|
|Bushing Dia. (In.)||0.440|
|Width Between Roller Link Plates (In.)||0.625|
|Roller Dia. (In.)||0.625|
|Roller Link Plate Height (In.)||0.935|
|Connecting End to Center Line (In.)||0.750|
|Hole Dia. (In.)||0.311|
|Rivet End to Center Line (In.)||0.636|
|Pin Length (In.)||1.386|
|Inside Pin Dia.||0.312"|
|Outside Pin Dia. (In.)||0.312|
|Pin Link Plate Thickness (In.)||0.125|
|Overall Width (In.)||1.386|
|Max. Allowable Load (Lb.)||3300|
|Breaking Strength (Lb.)||14,500|
|Tensile Strength (Lb.)||14,500|
|Temp. Range||10 to 150F|
- Hardened carbon steel construction. Fully interchangeable with other ANSI roller chains. Factory preloading, lube-grooved bushings, and prelubrication minimize wear elongation. 1 connecting link included for every 10 ft. of chain.
- Meet or exceed all ANSI requirements.
- Connecting, Offset, and Roller Links
- Connecting links join 2 ends of chain together. Sizes 25 to 60 assemble with spring clips. Size 80 and higher, as well as Heavy and Curved Connecting Links, assemble with cotter pins. Offset links are used for strands when an odd number of chain links is required. Roller links serve as replacements for damaged roller links.